12-04-2007 7:01 PM - edited 12-04-2007 7:07 PM
I bought Sierra 881 USB for my dell laptop and installed CD and Driver is recognized and LED light is both green.
Display shows high signal strength and everything seems OK, But when I click on internet, it does not connect.
TCP/IP Firewall is off.
What I am doing wrong?
Oh, I have another Sierra 881 which is connected to the Accer laptop, and of course, it is works fine with Accer laptop, But once I connect this 881, same thing with other 881, it does not connect to internet.
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Thanks, that makes a lot of sense and I hope someone tells ATT&T Data Support about it. If they were aware of this we could have cut our conversation down from 3 days to 3 minutes. If I understand what you have said but it disturbs me even more. Here is why. I bought the card so I wouldn't have to pay WI-FI Connect charges at airports, hotels, etc. If what you say is true then every time I come near a WI-FI signnal with the card, the card(881) will disconnect. Did I get that right. If so, then every time I want to use the 881 card I need to go into the device manager and disable my network adapter. By doing this I will also miss out on the opportunity to use free WI-FI offered by some hotels. I can't believe this is what the Sierra people intended.
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